Aug. Die britische Königin Victoria war Namenspatronin einer ganzen Epoche des Jahrhunderts. Im gleichnamigen Spiel von Paradox kann man. Im Test des hochkomplexen Paradox-Strategiespiels Victoria 2 führen wir nicht nur Kriege, sondern kümmern uns auch um Wirtschaft, Politik und Forschung. Victoria II ist ein Echtzeit-Globalstrategiespiel für Windows und Mac OS des Entwicklers . stabb.nu:_Heart_of_Darkness; Hochspringen ↑ stabb.nu Politisch, Geographisch, Aufstandsgefahr etc. Ziel des Spiels ist es, Chinese New Year -räiskyvän värikäs kolikkopeli viele Punkte wie möglich zu erreichen. Die Komplexität des Spiels und die Unterschiede in den Ausgangspositionen lassen dabei jede Startposition zu einer neuen Herausforderung werden. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am Jeder Fortschritt, jede Eroberung oder kluger Künstler bringt Prestige. Von Paradox entwickelte Spiele. Durch die Nutzung dieser Website erklären Sie sich mit den Nutzungsbedingungen und der Datenschutzrichtlinie einverstanden. Möglicherweise unterliegen die Inhalte jeweils zusätzlichen Bedingungen. Von Paradox entwickelte Spiele. Sucht nach Ruhm So unterschiedlich die Ziele, so sind auch die Wege dahin, denn jede Nation muss ihren eigenen gehen. News Berichte Tests Neu: Der Spieler ist also angehalten seine Nation wirtschaftlich, kulturell und politisch zu entwickeln. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Beste Spielothek in Großweingarten finden. Nur welche will, kann und muss man zulassen?
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Victoria2 -Eisenbahn, Maschinengewehr oder Verbrennungsmotor sind nur einige wenige Fortschritte, die der technikgläubigen Zeit ihren Stempel aufdrückten. Die Punkte werden in folgenden Kategorien erarbeitet:. Doch Technik war nicht alles, denn es brodelte auch in der Gesellschaft. Wer sich für Piemont-Sardinien entscheidet, muss Mailand erobern, was angesichts der mächtigen österreichischen Armee nahezu aussichtslos scheint. Beim Mehrspieler -Modus werden mehrere Nationen von Spielern übernommen, am Spielprinzip ändert sich dadurch jedoch nichts. Februar erschien das Add-on A House Divided .
Have you ever wanted to play a alternate history scenario where Russia, Prussia, and Austria made a Polish state in Mexico and deported all the Poles Blood and Iron is a major overhaul mod for Victoria 2: The mod uses NNM as a base, with various reworked elements from other abandoned What if northern secession movements caused the union to mostly dissolve?
This mod is an attempt to explore that. Make Dixie rich by the Golden Circle This is a mod focusing on a bunch of what if scenarios rolling around in my head.
The idea is to evolve it into a complete overhaul; adding governments The new game contains two additional campaigns, which have starting year and respectively Late Middle Age is a mod with the intention of putting the victoria 2 with a more medieval theme.
It begins in the year with the war of the hundred HFM Offers opportunities for a flavour-rich alt-history while still retaining the historical The great empires have fallen and new nations have raised.
Who will Rise and who will Fall? Concert of Europe is a mod for Victoria 2 Heart of Darkness version 3. It sets the start date to , with historical nations and borders.
This mod is currently in Pre-Alpha. The holy union of these two games, Brings the nations and times of Rome Total war to the world of Victoria.
Modern Age mod brings Victoria 2 into the Modern World. A wave of democratization Originally designed to test features for my upcoming Rome Total War mod it works either as a modding tool or a amusing cheat pack.
History Rewritten is a mod for Victoria 2: HOD that aims to leave the historical progression of events open while letting history just as easily diverge In what became known as the bedchamber crisis , Victoria, advised by Melbourne, objected to their removal.
Peel refused to govern under the restrictions imposed by the Queen, and consequently resigned his commission, allowing Melbourne to return to office.
Though Victoria was now queen, as an unmarried young woman she was required by social convention to live with her mother, despite their differences over the Kensington System and her mother's continued reliance on Conroy.
Victoria continued to praise Albert following his second visit in October Albert and Victoria felt mutual affection and the Queen proposed to him on 15 October , just five days after he had arrived at Windsor.
She spent the evening after their wedding lying down with a headache, but wrote ecstatically in her diary:.
This was the happiest day of my life! Albert became an important political adviser as well as the Queen's companion, replacing Lord Melbourne as the dominant, influential figure in the first half of her life.
During Victoria's first pregnancy in , in the first few months of the marriage, year-old Edward Oxford attempted to assassinate her while she was riding in a carriage with Prince Albert on her way to visit her mother.
Oxford fired twice, but either both bullets missed or, as he later claimed, the guns had no shot. The Queen hated being pregnant,  viewed breast-feeding with disgust,  and thought newborn babies were ugly.
Victoria's household was largely run by her childhood governess, Baroness Louise Lehzen from Hanover. Lehzen had been a formative influence on Victoria  and had supported her against the Kensington System.
After a furious row between Victoria and Albert over the issue, Lehzen was pensioned off in , and Victoria's close relationship with her ended.
On 29 May , Victoria was riding in a carriage along The Mall, London , when John Francis aimed a pistol at her, but the gun did not fire. The assailant escaped; however the following day, Victoria drove the same route, though faster and with a greater escort, in a deliberate attempt to provoke Francis to take a second aim and catch him in the act.
As expected, Francis shot at her, but he was seized by plainclothes policemen, and convicted of high treason. On 3 July, two days after Francis's death sentence was commuted to transportation for life , John William Bean also tried to fire a pistol at the Queen, but it was loaded only with paper and tobacco and had too little charge.
Bean was sentenced to 18 months in jail. As Victoria was riding in a carriage, Pate struck her with his cane, crushing her bonnet and bruising her forehead.
Both Hamilton and Pate were sentenced to seven years' transportation. Melbourne's support in the House of Commons weakened through the early years of Victoria's reign, and in the general election the Whigs were defeated.
Peel became prime minister, and the ladies of the bedchamber most associated with the Whigs were replaced. In , Ireland was hit by a potato blight.
By , Peel's ministry faced a crisis involving the repeal of the Corn Laws. Many Tories—by then known also as Conservatives —were opposed to the repeal, but Peel, some Tories the "Peelites" , most Whigs and Victoria supported it.
Peel resigned in , after the repeal narrowly passed, and was replaced by Lord John Russell. Internationally, Victoria took a keen interest in the improvement of relations between France and Britain.
Russell's ministry, though Whig, was not favoured by the Queen. It was only in that Palmerston was removed after he announced the British government's approval of President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte's coup in France without consulting the Prime Minister.
In , Victoria gave birth to her eighth child, Leopold , with the aid of the new anaesthetic, chloroform. Victoria was so impressed by the relief it gave from the pain of childbirth that she used it again in at the birth of her ninth and final child, Beatrice , despite opposition from members of the clergy, who considered it against biblical teaching, and members of the medical profession, who thought it dangerous.
For example, about a month after Leopold's birth Albert complained in a letter to Victoria about her "continuance of hysterics" over a "miserable trifle".
In early , the government of Lord Aberdeen , who had replaced Derby, fell amidst recriminations over the poor management of British troops in the Crimean War.
Victoria approached both Derby and Russell to form a ministry, but neither had sufficient support, and Victoria was forced to appoint Palmerston as prime minister.
Derby was reinstated as prime minister. On her return Victoria wrote to Derby reprimanding him for the poor state of the Royal Navy in comparison to the French one.
They had been betrothed since September , when Princess Victoria was 14 years old; the marriage was delayed by the Queen and Prince Albert until the bride was In March , Victoria's mother died, with Victoria at her side.
Through reading her mother's papers, Victoria discovered that her mother had loved her deeply;  she was heart-broken, and blamed Conroy and Lehzen for "wickedly" estranging her from her mother.
In November, Albert was made aware of gossip that his son had slept with an actress in Ireland.
He had been "killed by that dreadful business", she said. She avoided public appearances, and rarely set foot in London in the following years.
Victoria's self-imposed isolation from the public diminished the popularity of the monarchy, and encouraged the growth of the republican movement. In March a protester stuck a notice on the railings of Buckingham Palace that announced "these commanding premises to be let or sold in consequence of the late occupant's declining business".
She agreed to visit the gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society at Kensington and take a drive through London in an open carriage.
Through the s, Victoria relied increasingly on a manservant from Scotland, John Brown. Palmerston died in , and after a brief ministry led by Russell, Derby returned to power.
Victoria found Gladstone's demeanour far less appealing; he spoke to her, she is thought to have complained, as though she were "a public meeting rather than a woman".
In republican sentiment in Britain, fed by the Queen's seclusion, was boosted after the establishment of the Third French Republic.
On the last day of February , two days after the thanksgiving service, year-old Arthur O'Connor, a great-nephew of Irish MP Feargus O'Connor , waved an unloaded pistol at Victoria's open carriage just after she had arrived at Buckingham Palace.
Brown, who was attending the Queen, grabbed him and O'Connor was later sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment,  and a birching. After the Indian Rebellion of , the British East India Company , which had ruled much of India, was dissolved, and Britain's possessions and protectorates on the Indian subcontinent were formally incorporated into the British Empire.
The Queen had a relatively balanced view of the conflict, and condemned atrocities on both sides. In the general election , Disraeli was returned to power.
He passed the Public Worship Regulation Act , which removed Catholic rituals from the Anglican liturgy and which Victoria strongly supported.
On 14 December , the anniversary of Albert's death, Victoria's second daughter Alice , who had married Louis of Hesse , died of diphtheria in Darmstadt.
Victoria noted the coincidence of the dates as "almost incredible and most mysterious". She felt "aged" by "the loss of my beloved child".
Between April and February , she threatened five times to abdicate while pressuring Disraeli to act against Russia during the Russo-Turkish War , but her threats had no impact on the events or their conclusion with the Congress of Berlin.
On 2 March , Roderick Maclean , a disgruntled poet apparently offended by Victoria's refusal to accept one of his poems,  shot at the Queen as her carriage left Windsor railway station.
Two schoolboys from Eton College struck him with their umbrellas, until he was hustled away by a policeman. On 17 March , she fell down some stairs at Windsor, which left her lame until July; she never fully recovered and was plagued with rheumatism thereafter.
He was "the dearest of my dear sons", she lamented. Beatrice and Henry planned to marry, but Victoria opposed the match at first, wishing to keep Beatrice at home to act as her companion.
After a year, she was won around to the marriage by Henry and Beatrice's promise to remain living with and attending her. Victoria was pleased when Gladstone resigned in after his budget was defeated.
Victoria marked the fiftieth anniversary of her accession on 20 June with a banquet to which 50 kings and princes were invited.
The following day, she participated in a procession and attended a thanksgiving service in Westminster Abbey.
He was soon promoted to " Munshi ": Victoria's eldest daughter became Empress consort of Germany in , but she was widowed within the year, and Victoria's grandchild Wilhelm became German Emperor as Wilhelm II.
Under Wilhelm, Victoria and Albert's hopes of a liberal Germany were not fulfilled. He believed in autocracy. Victoria thought he had "little heart or Zartgefühl [tact] — and Gladstone returned to power after the general election ; he was 82 years old.
Salisbury remained prime minister for the remainder of Victoria's reign. The Queen requested that any special celebrations be delayed until , to coincide with her Diamond Jubilee ,  which was made a festival of the British Empire at the suggestion of the Colonial Secretary , Joseph Chamberlain.
More than 1 change "sleeps" the AI of the affected country until reload. This command applies to province events only.
If the province ID is not specified, the event is triggered in the the capital province of the player's country. This command applies to country events only.
If the country tag is not specified, the event is triggered in the player's country. Unless there is a war between the original owner and the specified country the province will return to the original owner.
Unless there is a war between the specified country and the current country the provinces will return to the original owner. The top-level rebels available in the movement window are the ones that have their demands met.
Show all the requirements for a certain CB, marking which ones are currently valid or invalid. The effect of this command do not disappear until the game is restarted, and it's unknown if it also affects the AI.